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New Hyperrealistic Painting by Omar Ortiz

June 20, 2013

Christopher Jobson

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Guadalajara-based painter Omar Ortiz (nsfw) recently completed this amazing new oil painting titled Salto de Fe (Leap of Faith). Ortiz is an accomplished hyperrealistic painter and commands fine control over light and skin tone in all of his paintings which he generally paints on large canvases. You can also find him on Facebook. (via ghost in the machine)

 

 



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Swirling, Psychedelic Self-Portraits by Nikos Gyftakis

June 19, 2013

Christopher Jobson

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Greek artist Nikos Gyftakis created this wonderful series of swirling self-portraits between 2004-2005. The works are made with oil pastels on canvas and are actually quite large, with a few of the pieces taller than 5′ (1.5m). You can see many more from this series and more of his recent work in his work gallery. (via empty kingdom)

 

 



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Subtractive Street Art by Pejac on the Streets of Spain

June 18, 2013

Christopher Jobson

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Really digging this subtractive piece by Pejac. You can see much more of this piece as well as an archive of earlier works on his website. (via street art utopia)

 

 



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Book Paintings by Ekaterina Panikanova

June 11, 2013

Christopher Jobson

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© Ekaterina Panikanova

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© Ekaterina Panikanova, courtesy z2o Galleria

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© Ekaterina Panikanova, courtesy z2o Galleria

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© Ekaterina Panikanova, courtesy z2o Galleria

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© Ekaterina Panikanova

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© Ekaterina Panikanova

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© Ekaterina Panikanova, courtesy z2o Galleria

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© Ekaterina Panikanova, courtesy z2o Galleria

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© Ekaterina Panikanova, courtesy z2o Galleria

Artist Ekaterina Panikanova creates densely layered paintings across large spreads of old books and other documents, resulting in artwork that blurs the lines between painting, installation and collage. Born in St. Petersburg in 1975 Panikanova graduated at the top of her class from the Academy of Fine Arts and was subsequently given a studio to work from for five years. She now lives and works in Rome. Much of what you see above was from her second ever solo show Un, due, tre, fuoco at z2o Galleria earlier this year, and if you’d like to see more, check out her website. (via this isn’t happiness)

 

 



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Suspended Cloud Paintings by Joris Kuipers

June 6, 2013

Christopher Jobson

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While Dutch artist Joris Kuipers spent years studying traditional painting and fine art techniques at both the Arnhem Academy and the Frank Mohr Institute in Groningen, his installations fly in the face of anything traditional. While borrowing from ideas rooted in expressionism as far as the application of paint and use of color, the artist constructs large-scale installations that spiral and twist off the walls, blurring the lines between painting and sculpture.

Two of his most recent works shown here were installed at Galerie Jaap Sleper in Utrecht and Het Plafond in Rotterdam. The artworks are made from suspended and raised components of depron foam coated with acrylic paint, appearing like a storm of whirling clouds or maybe flowers. I really hope he continues in this direction. (via saatchi online)

 

 



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Surreal Wildlife Paintings by Tiffany Bozic

May 22, 2013

Christopher Jobson

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Self-taught artist Tiffany Bozic explores a wide range of natural themes in her tightly rendered depictions of wildlife. Drawing inspiration from her “extensive travels to wild places” and exposure to various research specimens at the California Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, the artist works most frequently with multiple layers of watered down acrylic paint on panels of maple wood that lends a distinctly natural and often realistic level of detail to each of her paintings. Bozic is currently working on a new body of work for a solo show at FFDG this coming October, but for now you can see more work in her portfolio (and archive) on her website.

 

 

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